Mark David McCreary, Internet Tools, Inc.
“I needed a super Virtual Assistant, somebody that was much more technical than average, and could work without much supervision. And my task would only take 1 to 2 hours a day. I posted a job on HireMyMom, and within a week I had 7 applications for a challenging task.
Five of the applications were superb and I scheduled interviews. I followed the “Who: The A Method for Hiring” book and asked a handful of questions. Giving them a chance to tell me what makes them great and what they like to do. From there I narrowed it down to 2 applicants, and both were very qualified. I flipped a coin and offered the job to the first person, and she accepted. I emailed the others thanking them for responding to my “cry for help”.
My new hire is working out great, and I like the idea of remote workers. It does take a special person to be a remote worker, and I think those people are attracted to HireMyMom. There is a lot of talent on HireMyMom, and if you need some assistance with challenging tasks, I suggest that you give it a try.”